Posted By Alan Donald @ Aug 7th 2009 4:38pm In: Sellers

I read this article in the Daily Real Estate News today which I agree with!

Sold Homes










"Daily Real Estate News | August 3, 2009 

There's no ultimate answer to this question, but Tribune Media Services columnist Ilyce Glink has a theory. Here are her six top reasons properties linger on the market:

  1. Lousy pictures on the Web. 
  2. Priced too high for the neighborhood. 
  3. Blah interior; ho-hum landscaping. 
  4. Little online marketing and hard-to-find MLS listings. 
  5. Low commissions. Practitioners make sure their customers see properties that offer a payoff. 
  6. Miserable maintenance, including ceiling stains, leaky faucets, and ancient furnaces.

Source: Tribune Media Services, Ilyce Glink (08/02/2009)"


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